American actress Susan Lucci took her Instagram fans down memory lane as she looked beautiful, all dressed up as her debut film character, "Erica Kane."
Susan took to Instagram to share a funny video. She dressed in a black tank top and leather pants, characteristic of her first role ever in the industry, in which she played "Erika Kane" in the soap opera, “All My Children.” She captioned:
"In case you missed Jimmy Fallon last night — a dose of “Erica Kane."
The video began with a gorgeous looking Susan tiptoeing down a flight of stairs before turning to the camera in shock, as though she had been caught red-handed.
Susan’s career skyrocketed into fame after she started featuring in the ABC daytime drama in 1970. The drama lasted for over four decades and remained her most recognized role as an actress.
While the video was entertaining and funny, Lucci’s fans could not help but notice how stunning she looked. The all-black body-hugging ensemble showed that the 72-year-old’s physique had stood the test of time.
Susan moved on to other things and flourished in the cosmetics industry.
Early in March, Lucci gave her fans another cause for reminiscence when she shared a throwback video of herself dressed in a fiery red top and leather pants. It appears that leather is one of the actress’ favorite items.
The video showed Lucci riding a mechanical bull on “The Dr. Oz Show” in her flowing red top with long sleeves. The actress let out delightful squeals while hanging onto the reins of the bull. She captioned:
"Flashback Friday — last month on Dr. Oz!!! Did you ever ride a mechanical bull?!!! #haveagoodlaughonme."
Fans once again could not take their eyes off the star, noting how vibrant and agile she was. A month before the throwback, Susan redefined the word “stunning” when she posted a picture of herself in a white bathing suit, posing on a sandy beach on the island of St. Bart’s.
Lucci also decided to take her “All My Children” nostalgia to Jimmy Fallon’s soap opera series on the “The Tonight Show,” via video chat.
Alongside Susan, were soap opera stars Heather Locklear from Fox’s “Melrose Place,” Maurice Bernard from ABC’s “General Hospital,” and Mary Beth Evans from NBC’s “Days of Our Lives.”
After “All My Children” went off the air in 2013, Susan moved on to other things and flourished in the cosmetics industry when she launched her “Susan Lucci Collection” of skin and hair care products.
Whether Susan is gracing television screens in a soap opera, having fun with a mechanical bull, or lounging on a beach in a luxurious island, she continues to amaze her fans with her timeless beauty and humor.